CentOS 6.9 users may have noticed that the default Apache version using yum is 2.2. For our CentOS 6.9 users that would like to leverage the features of Apache 2.4 we offer the following advice.
softwarecollections.org maintains a CentOS rpm for apache 2.4. The steps that follow will utilize this repository.
Remove Apache 2.2
Install Software collections from the CentOS SCLo SIG.
Install and enable Apache 2.4
Configure Apache 2.4 for NMIS and Opmantek applications. Contact email@example.com for the current 04omk-proxy.conf file.
Configure the Apache 2.4 service to automatically start at boot time; and start the service.